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Talnakh

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Russland / Sibirien, Föderationskreis / Krasnojarsk (Krasnojarski), Krai / Taimyrhalbinsel (Tajmyr) / Putoran-Plateau / Noril'sk / Talnakh

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Cu-Ni-Lagerstätte.

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Talnakh



Talnakh

WGS 84: 
Lat.: 69.4083406° N, 
Long: 86.1816635° E
WGS 84: 
Lat.: 69° 24' 30.026" N,
   Long: 86° 10' 53.989" E
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Talnakh, Noril'sk, Putoran-Plateau, Taimyrhalbinsel, Krasnojarsk, Krai, Sibirien, Föderationskreis, RU
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Sudburyit, Geversit, Michenerit, Pd- Breithauptit, Paolovit, Froodit, Parkerit, Altait, Hessit
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Sudburyit, Geversit, Michenerit, Pd- Breithauptit, Paolovit, Froodit, Parkerit, Altait, Hessit
Erzschliff mit Sudburyit, Geversit, Michenerit, Pd- Breithauptit, Paolovit, Froodit, Parkerit, Altait, Hessit, Cassiterit etc. aus dem Oktjabrsky Deposit, Norilsk, Russland. Analyse von N. Rudashevsky, Sankt Petersburg.
Copyright: Klaus Schäfer; Contribution: Klaus Schäfer
Collection: Klaus Schäfer, Collection number: Erz-Sudb-2-1-5
Location: Russland/Sibirien, Föderationskreis/Krasnojarsk (Krasnojarski), Krai/Taimyrhalbinsel (Tajmyr)/Putoran-Plateau/Noril'sk/Talnakh/Oktyabr'skoye Mine (Oktyabr'sky, Oktyabr'skoe)
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Sudburyit, Geversit, Michenerit, Pd- Breithauptit, Paolovit, Froodit, Parkerit, Altait, Hessit (SNr: Erz-Sudb-2-1-5)

Erzschliff mit Sudburyit, Geversit, Michenerit, Pd- Breithauptit, Paolovit, Froodit, Parkerit, Altait, Hessit, Cassiterit etc. aus dem Oktjabrsky Deposit, Norilsk, Russland. Analyse von N. Rudashev...

Collection: Klaus Schäfer
Copyright: Klaus Schäfer
Contribution: Klaus Schäfer 2020-02-04

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Sperrylith
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Sperrylith
Größe: 44x44x25 mm; Fundort: Talnakh, Noril'sk, Putoran-Plateau, Taimyrhalbinsel, Krasnogarsk, Sibirien, Russland
Copyright: Rob Lavinsky; Contribution: Philip Blümner
Location: Russland/Sibirien, Föderationskreis/Krasnojarsk (Krasnojarski), Krai/Taimyrhalbinsel (Tajmyr)/Putoran-Plateau/Noril'sk/Talnakh
Mineral: Sperrylite
Image: 1244668729
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Sperrylith

Größe: 44x44x25 mm; Fundort: Talnakh, Noril'sk, Putoran-Plateau, Taimyrhalbinsel, Krasnogarsk, Sibirien, Russland

Copyright: Rob Lavinsky
Contribution: Philip Blümner 2009-06-10
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Putoranit
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Putoranit
Messingfarbene, polysynthetisch verzwillingte kubische Kristalle; Größe 20 x 21 mm; Fundort: Oktyabr-Grubenrevier, Talnakh, Noril'sk, Tajmyr, Sibirien, Russland
Copyright: Collector; Contribution: Philip Blümner
Collection: Collector
Location: Russland/Sibirien, Föderationskreis/Krasnojarsk (Krasnojarski), Krai/Taimyrhalbinsel (Tajmyr)/Putoran-Plateau/Noril'sk/Talnakh/Oktyabr'skoye Mine (Oktyabr'sky, Oktyabr'skoe)
Mineral: Putoranite
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Putoranit

Messingfarbene, polysynthetisch verzwillingte kubische Kristalle; Größe 20 x 21 mm; Fundort: Oktyabr-Grubenrevier, Talnakh, Noril'sk, Tajmyr, Sibirien, Russland

Collection: Collector
Copyright: Collector
Contribution: Philip Blümner 2006-01-05
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Parkerit, Stannit
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Parkerit, Stannit
Zusatzinformationen zu der polierten Probe, Größe: 1 × 2 × 0.3 cm, Foto 1709113820. Bestimmt wurden Parkerit und Stannit im Bleiglanz-Chalkopyrit-Erz von der Oktyabr'sky Mine, Talnakh, Noril'sk, Taimyr Halbinsel, Krasnojarsk, Krai, Sibirien, Russland.
Copyright: mintreasure.com; Contribution: ZEO
Location: Russland/Sibirien, Föderationskreis/Krasnojarsk (Krasnojarski), Krai/Taimyrhalbinsel (Tajmyr)/Putoran-Plateau/Noril'sk/Talnakh/Oktyabr'skoye Mine (Oktyabr'sky, Oktyabr'skoe)
Mineral: Parkerite, Stannite
Image: 1709114102
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Parkerit, Stannit  E
Analysed with energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy EDX

Zusatzinformationen zu der polierten Probe, Größe: 1 × 2 × 0.3 cm, Foto 1709113820. Bestimmt wurden Parkerit und Stannit im Bleiglanz-Chalkopyrit-Erz von der Oktyabr'sky Mine, Talnakh, Noril'sk, Ta...

Copyright: mintreasure.com
Contribution: ZEO 2024-02-28
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Sperrylith
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Sperrylith

Talnakh Norilsk Russland; Bildbreite 2,3 mm

Collection: Ulrich Hansper
Copyright: Ulrich Hansper
Contribution: Ulrich Hansper 2019-11-25
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Norilskite, Sperrylite, Plumbopolarite, Silver (Var: Küstelite), Magnetite, Pentlandite
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Norilskite, Sperrylite, Plumbopolarite, Silver (Var: Küstelite), Magnetite, Pentlandite
Polished section in reflected light. Large PGM intergrowth extremely rich with Pd-Pb phases surrounded by greenish-grey Pentlandite and grey Magnetite crystals. At the bottom of the segregation two crystals of Sperrylite are visible. They has high relief and are light-bluish in reflected light. The main PGM phase visible under such magnification is Norilskite Pd2Pb. It contains more bright lamellae and inclusions of Plumbopolarite. the most bright creamy-white phase forming outer rim around the segregation is native Silver (var. Kustelite). Minor associating phases are Unnamed (Pd,Cu,Sn) compaund and Plumbopalladinite. Analytical data are available on the daughter photo. FOV is 210x170µ. Pavel M. Kartashov collection and photo; Locality: Talnakh Cu-Ni Deposit, Noril'sk, Putoran Plateau, Taimyr Peninsula, Taymyrskiy Autonomous Okrug, Eastern-Siberian Region, Russia;
Copyright: Pavel M. Kartashov; Contribution: Stefan
Location: Russland/Sibirien, Föderationskreis/Krasnojarsk (Krasnojarski), Krai/Taimyrhalbinsel (Tajmyr)/Putoran-Plateau/Noril'sk/Talnakh
Mineral: Norilskite
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Norilskite, Sperrylite, Plumbopolarite, Silver (Var: Küstelite), Magnetite, Pentlandite

Polished section in reflected light. Large PGM intergrowth extremely rich with Pd-Pb phases surrounded by greenish-grey Pentlandite and grey Magnetite crystals. At the bottom of the segregation two...

Copyright: Pavel M. Kartashov
Contribution: Stefan 2017-05-04
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Minerals (Count: 160)

Rocks (Count: 13)

Reference- and Source indication, Literature

Literatur:

  • Shishkin, N.N., Mitenkov, G.A. & Mikhailova, V.A. (1971). Silver-rich variety of pentlandite. Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Miner. Obshchestva, 100 (2), S.184-91. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Stekhin, A.I. (1994). Mineralogical and geochemical characteristics of the Cu-Ni ores of the Oktyabr'sky and Talnakh deposits. In: Proc. Sudbury-Noril'sk Symp. (Lightfoot, Naldrett & Sheahan, ed.) Ontario Geol. Survey, Spec. Publ. 5: 217-30.
  • Li, C., Ripley, E.M., and Naldrett, A.J. (2003). Compositional variations of olivine and sulfur isotopes in the Noril'sk and Talnakh intrusion, Siberia: implications for ore-forming processes in dynamic magma conduits. Econ. Geol.: 98: 69-86.
  • Naldrett, A.J. (2005). A history of our understanding of magmatic Ni-Cu sulfide deposits. Can. Miner.: 43: 2069-2098.
  • Eduardo T. Mansur, Sarah-Jane Barnes, Charley J. Duran, Sergey F. Sluzhenikin: Distribution of chalcophile and platinum-group elements among pyrrhotite, pentlandite, chalcopyrite and cubanite from the Noril’sk-Talnakh ores: implications for the formation of platinum-group minerals. Mineralium Deposita Volume 55, Issue (2020) S. 1215 - 1232.
  • Stephen J. Barnes; Kreshimir N. Malitch; Marina A. Yudovskaya: Introduction to a Special Issue on the Norilsk-Talnakh Ni-Cu-Platinum Group Element Deposits. Economic Geology Vol.115, Nr. 6 (2020) S. 1157-1172. Im Heft folgen dann 9 Artikel zu dieser Lagerstätte, s. https://pubs.geoscienceworld.org/economicgeology/issue/115/6
  • S. F. Sluzhenikin, K. N. Malitch, M. A. Yudovskaya, D. M. Turovtsev, T. N. Antsiferova, S. K. Mikhalev, I. Yu. Badanina, N. G. Soloshenko: Lower Talnakh Type Intrusions of the Norilsk Ore Region. Petrology Vol. 31, Issue 5 (2023) S. 492–518.

IDs

GUSID (Global unique identifier short form) ETKXGOLQcUS7PmelINT8hw
GUID (Global unique identifier) 18973211-D0E2-4471-BB3E-67A520D4FC87
Database ID 2025